Daisy Dorothy Rothrock Patton

Daisy Dorothy Rothrock Patton – Born 1930, Jefferson City, MO.

Daisy Dorothy Rothrock Patton passed away January 1, 2016. She was born October, 1930, to Thomas and Gertrude Pearson. She studied at the University of Kansas before marrying Van E. Rothrock in 1952. She lived in the Kansas City area from 1966 until 2014, when she moved to Lawrence. She worked for 20 years for the Johnson County Treasurer’s office until she retired in 1998.

She is survived by her brother, Thomas Pearson (Janice) of Buckner, MO; by her five children, Robyn Lutz (Jack) of Ames, Iowa, Gretchen Lynn Knight (Eric) of Littleton, CO, Roxanne Belcher of Overland Park, KS, Edwin Rothrock (Katrina) of Lawrence, KS, and Thomas Rothrock (Shannon) of Kansas City, MO; and by fifteen grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.

A private ceremony for family will be held at a later time. Memorial donations to a local animal shelter or the Alzheimer’s Association are requested in lieu of flowers.


4 Condolences

  1. Robert Casad on January 4, 2016 at 4:17 pm

    Dot was a good friend and a wonderful person. My condolences and best wishes to all her children.

    Bob Casad

  2. Teddi Oppenheimer on January 5, 2016 at 5:37 pm

    I was so sorry to learn of Daisy’s death. We had a wonderful friendship, sharing exercise classes, fun times, and lots of ice cream. I will truly miss her. She cared for me when I had a health problem, and helped me with a cat when I needed some assistance. We shared a love of cats, and I was sorry I couldn’t share my latest cat adventure with her. She was always interesting, and we had many happy times together. I also enjoyed times spent with her other family members. My sincere
    sympathy to you. I have sent a contribution to Great Plains SPCA;
    seems very fitting. Love to all of you.

  3. Pat Heitschmidt on January 6, 2016 at 11:56 pm

    I knew Daisy through water exercise class at Garden Villas. She loved her family and I enjoyed visiting with her during our classes. No matter what else our group discussed, we always ended up talking about a good recipe someone had for “you name it”, especially desserts! Daisy was a special lady and all who knew her will miss her greatly. God bless you, and may you find comfort in the memories you hold in your hearts.

  4. karen pinney on January 20, 2016 at 8:08 pm

    Our condolences to the Rothrock family. Hoping you all find peace in your time of loss. Love, Karen and Bob Pinney

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